Bates Stirrup Leathers

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Product Summary:

Bates® Stirrup Leathers

Bates Stirrup Leathers are elegant, high quality leathers, made in luxurious Bates leather to perfectly match your Bates saddle. The riveted buckle design reduces the thickness of the leather under the rider's leg and the webbing core ensures that the leathers will not stretch and cause unevenness.  Sold as a pair.

Luxurious Bates
Leather Made with the same leather as Bates saddles, for a perfect match.  Nylon lining.

Non Stretch Webbing core ensures that leathers do not stretch and cause unevenness.

Safe Tested Tested to over 1/2 ton (500kg) breaking strain

Riveted buckle Unique buckle design reduces the thickness of the leather under the rider’s leg.

Stainless Steel
Buckles  Are safe, strong and will not rust.

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I have a new Bates saddle and needed leathers
Rebecca T on Oct 11, 2016
Oldest has a Bates saddle. She loves these
Michelle S on Sep 13, 2015
These match my Bates All Purpose show saddle. Not crazy about the texture of the leather, looks like plastic but it does match well.
NINA F on Oct 4, 2015
The quality is really great and matches my Collegient saddle perfectly.
Gloria D on Jul 21, 2015
What is the difference between Havana and Brown colors? Which is a warmer, redder, or lighter brown? You provide three images, but no labels as to color! How are we to tell which image is which color? --PB
PatBBBBB on Nov 29, 2013
Best Answer: I ordered Havana brown and would say its on the warmer side, not reddish or light brown. They are soft, pliable and we'll constructed.
Reply · Report · Diane B on Nov 29, 2013
How thick are the bates leathers?
Paula S on Nov 19, 2014
Best Answer: Same thickness as other leathers. My daughter is 5'7' and even with the longer leathers she cannot tuck the extra into the slot because she has them almost out all the way on the holes. Hope this helps. Other than that they matched her saddle perfectly and she likes them.
Reply · Report · Karol M on Nov 19, 2014
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are they sold in pairs?
Michelle S on Sep 13, 2015
Best Answer: Yes sold in pairs. Quality leathers, you can't go wrong with this purchase.
Reply · Report · Paula T on Sep 13, 2015
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Are these leathers half hole or 1 inch holes?
Bonzai on Aug 26, 2016
Best Answer: I am sorry but my saddle is at my trainers and I won't be able to measure them for 2 weeks. I do know they seem closer together than my old leathers. They are super nice and you really can fine tune them and adjust them quite bit! They have also held up really well and still look new!
Reply · Report · Elizabeth C on Aug 28, 2016
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for a 5'2" rider which leather length will be best?
penni h on Mar 31, 2016
Best Answer: For your height, the 54" would probably suit you best.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Apr 1, 2016
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Which color best matches the Bates brown Hunter/Jumper saddle??
A shopper on Dec 3, 2014
Best Answer: I purchased the Havana colored English Bates stirrups for my Collegiate Convertible Diploma saddle and the color matches perfect. If you look up the saddle, you will notice it is a reddish brown. I hope this helps.
Reply · Report · Gloria D on Apr 2, 2016
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3/4 or 1 inch?
A shopper on May 16, 2015
Best Answer: They are 1", very nice quality and are a very neutral brown which seems to match any saddle I put them on.
Reply · Report · Lori H on May 18, 2015
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how do i measure for correct sizing?
janice k on Apr 19, 2015
Best Answer: For a general estimate of the length of leather you require, measure the length of your arm from your armpit to the tips of your fingers. Double that measurement, and add a few inches to be sure that you have enough leather to tuck into the leather keeper on the saddle flap. This measuring technique is merely a guideline and you should make adjustments in your calculations depending on your physical build.
Reply · Report · Kathryn BStaff on Apr 20, 2015
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